The consumer electronic industry is a crowded arena. Every day, things live and die with a skip of a heartbeat.
However, those who rise above the rest, live on, catering a lifelong impact on the market. Such has been the case with several famous smartphone manufacturers, such as Apple, Samsung, Motorola and HTC. These smartphone manufacturing companies launch devices that preserve its monikers. Apart from saving the brand recognition, it provides the potential user with enhanced offerings than its previous devices.
The release of Nexus 7 marked the entry of Google in the tablet segment. The Google Nexus 7 is a budget-friendly tablet, but comes equipped with a powerful quad core NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor. Furthermore, the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system, running the Google Nexus 7 pushes the tablet into the high-end segment. In comparison, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 comes equipped with all the regular upgrades in the specifications department, aiming to provide the user with an enhanced experience.
Today, let us compare both the handsets in terms of their camera features and specifications. The following camera comparison review would help the potential buyer make an informed decision before purchasing any of the two tablets. Repetitive, can be avoided.
Google Nexus 7
The Google Nexus 7 incorporates a user-facing camera only. However, it requires certain applications to make the camera accessible to the potential user. To be precise, the user-facing camera is best put to use for video conferencing. However, a rear camera would have been a nice touch to the tablet. Most users may not make use of camera features on a tablet, but in most situations, the rear camera would have been an advantageous feature.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3
The Galaxy Note 3 incorporates a massive 13MP snapper equipped with digital image stabilization, BSI sensor and superior CRI LED flash. The Galaxy Note 3 camera produces accurate color reproduction.
Let us dive deep into the camera features and user interface of the Galaxy Note 3 snapper.
Features and UI
The Galaxy Note 3 can be held comfortably in the horizontal position to take snaps because of its suitable shape. The camera application loads up quickly without any shutter lag, capturing events instantly. The camera UI is perfectly laid out; setting menus are easily accessible along with shutter keys. It offers the user with a plethora of shooting modes such as Panorama, Burst Shot, HDR and more.
In terms of image quality, the 13MP camera of the Galaxy Note 3 offers best shots with both outdoor and indoor shooting. The images offered are rich in details and colors. Images are clear and sharp along with accurate colors.
In low-light conditions, the 13MP camera excels again. However, the details might be a tad softer with a little blurring in the shots, but nothing alarming. The camera lays more emphasis on details with less noise, but subdued colors. However, the LED flash balances the color tones and lights up the scene up to seven feet away.
Video Recording Quality
The Note 3 is good with video recording feature, with similar quality as that of still photography. The slow motion video recording feature at 720p HD is yet another advantage over the Nexus 7 handset. The Note 3 offers slow motion video recording at ½, 1/4 and 1/8 speeds. It also offers a fast motion video recording feature as well. The Note 3 can shoot 4K resolution videos at 3840 x 2160 pixels.